Dominic Fiacco Piano Concert

Sunday August 25, 2019 5pm Dominic Fiacco Piano Concert Fourteen year old Dominic Fiacco resides in the small Adirondack foothills village of Poland, New York. He began studying music at the age of 4. His curiosity about the organ began after attending an organ recital at age 8 at First Presbyterian Church in Utica, immediately after which he was invited to try the organ and then began lessons. Although he could not at the time reach the pedals, his inherent musical sensitivity and remarkable...
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Monk Rowe & The Roots of Rock and Roll in Concert

Friday October 11, 2019 at 7:30pm Monk Rowe  & The Roots of Rock and Roll will perform. General Admission $10, Members $8, Students $5. From Carl Perkins to Chuck Berry; from "In the Mood" to "Great Balls of Fire," the Roots of Rock & Roll covers the early influences and hit-making artists who redefined popular music. Spanning the era from World War II to the early sixties, this group captures the pre Rock & Roll sounds of Swing, Rhythm & Blues, Country and Gospel; and the sig...
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Model Railroad Show

Saturday Oct 12 from 10am - 3pm. The Remsen Arts Center presents the fourth Annual Remsen Model Railroad Show. Free General Admission with a suggested donation of $5. There will be 3 operating layouts, videos, and train books covering many facets of railroading. Those interested in participating with a model train display or layout, or selling model train related items may call 315-831-2787.
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D’Funk’ D in Concert

Friday October 25, 2019 at 7:30pm. $10 General Admission, $8 Members, $5 Students. D'Funk'D is a nine piece pop horn band featuring five horns, rhythm section, and vocals performed by music teachers from throughout Central New York. Members include Greg Brockway, James Behret, Nate Kishman, and Sherisse Bell from Utica, Henryk Lotyczewski from Sauquoit, Richard China from Holland Patent, Lindsay Burress from Cazenovia, plus Paul Ukena and Mike Gentile. D'Funk'D performance at the Remsen Arts ...
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The Usual Suspects in Concert

Friday November 16, at 7:30pm. The Usual Suspects The Usual Suspects are a sextet of musicians performing a wide variety of jazz standards, swing, and music from the great Broadway songbook. Their mission is to perpetuate the legacy of this uniquely American musical art form for present and future generations. The group had its inception in late 2016 when Dan Evans, a parishioner and usher at Grace Episcopal Church in Utica, New York became acquainted with Philip Olmstead, formerly of Caze...
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Grandpa Musselman & The Syncopters

Matt “Grandpa” Musselman, trombonist extraordinaire, flees small town Maryland to try his luck in New York City. Upon arrival he assembles a first rate band with five of the city’s top men including Vince “The Kid” Nero, saxophones; Russ “The Chief” Moore, trumpet; Bryan “The Professor” Reeder, piano; Dan “The Boss” Peck, tuba; Will “Doc” Clark, percussion. Boasting a repertoire of turn of the century ragtime, 1920’s jazz and depression era swing by composers such as Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Mor...
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Donna Mucks

Donna Mucks is an award winning singer, songwriter and author receiving the “Friend of Children Award” in 2013 from the Child Care Council of Cornell Cooperative Extension for her outstanding dedication to children and the "Red, White and Blue Award" in 2014 from the American Legion for her moving military tribute song For You and For Me. Since 2007, Donna has been a music specialist with the KEYS Program sharing her gifts to bring hope and smiles to children battling cancer and their famil...
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Video & Media Services…

Remsen Arts Center offers professional video production of all of our events. We provide multiple cameras, professional video & audio recording, lighting, editing, special effects, animation, and live streaming. Choose to have a high definition recording of your events produced for Blu-ray or DVD sales, web or broadcast delivery, and marketing.  Contact us about our creative media services for further information.CAPTURE THE LIMELIGHT !!!
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